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Author: Robert Dassanowsky
Publisher: Bristol : Intellect, 2012.
Series: World film locations
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Provides a panorama of international motion pictures shot on location in Austria's once imperial capitol, Vienna. The volume is illustrated with scene specific screen-grabs, and images of various  Read more...


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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Dassanowsky
ISBN: 9781841505695 1841505692 9781841507361 1841507369
OCLC Number: 1153027559
Description: 1 online resource (128 p. :) ill., maps.
Contents: Maps/Scenes Scenes 1-8 1922 - 1936Scenes 9-16 1936 - 1955Scenes 17-24 1957 - 1976Scenes 25-32 1976 - 1986Scenes 33-39 1987 - 2001Scenes 40-46 2001 - 2011EssaysVienna: City of the Imagination - Michael BurriVienna Imperial at Home and Abroad: The City as Film Myth in the 1930s and 1940s - Joseph W. MoserVienna and the Films of Louise Kolm-Veltee - Robert DassanowskyThe Jewish Topography of Filmic Vienna - Dagmar C. G. LorenzVienna in Film 1945-55: Building a Post-War Identity - Mary WauchopeWonder Wheel: The Cinematic Prater - Todd HerzogThe Spaces of The Other Vienna in New Austrian Film - Nikhil Sathe
Series Title: World film locations
Responsibility: edited by Robert Dassanowsky.


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'Meticulous, knowledgeable and beautiful - these are rarely found together. I am grateful for this exceptional book about film and about Vienna.It entices one to further investigations of this Read more...

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